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Salmon and orcas are in the spotlight once again as King County unveils a new strategic plan to rework its approach to protecting water quality… Continue reading
DOJ says law enforcement agencies seized over 70 guns and hundreds of thousands in cash.
Here’s what you need to know about March 23 to 29.
(Or, the kids are not alright) – Part 3
The talks will explore current events through the eyes of islanders making a difference.
Farmers Market returns Saturday, Wild Mermaid relaunches, Vashon Adventures moves, and more.
Staff reports In 2003, Gary Ridgway, Washington’s notorious Green River killer, pleaded guilty to murdering 48 women. As of today, two of Ridgway’s victims remain… Continue reading
6,107 open cases is double the normal amount for King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Gov. Inslee said an expected increase in vaccine supply enables the state to open eligibility.
Changes prompted by response to new cases in students
Eligibility verification via Phase Finder no longer required for appointments, vaccinations beginning this week.
No injuries reported in blaze; three other boats damaged.
Superintendent Opts Out of Medical Reserve Corps Advice
World War I increased the demand for cargo ships to transport food and materials to Europe.
The governor reduced social distancing requirements for K-12 classrooms from 6 feet to 3 feet.
The number of people eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine is set to increase in King County, but the number of available doses has yet… Continue reading
Here’s what you need to know about March 16 to March 22.
It’s hard to imagine anyone on Vashon who hasn’t been tempted by the sweet delights inside.
Despite numerous resources, many students learning remotely do not feel provided for.
The program is sustained by the will, vision, fundraising and advocacy of Vashon’s Latino families.